Vibrational motion occurs because of the vibration or oscillation of an object. For example, a spring tied to an object at one end and tied to a ceiling at the other end oscillates when it is compressed and released.
Translation motion refers to the movement of an object from one place to another. For example, a car moving on a road uses translation motion.
Rotational motion refers to an object's rotation, such as a table fan's rotating blades. At times, an object can experience one or more of the types of motions. For example, a ball sliding down an incline has both translational and rotational motions.Learn more about Motion & Mechanics